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Uncovering You: The Contract by [Edwards, Scarlett]
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Genre: Romantic Suspense with some Stockholm Syndrome Elements

The story of Uncovering You unfolds over multiple volumes. Each volume is a fully-contained book with a climax and conclusion.
There are TEN books in the series.

Currently Available:

Uncovering You 1: The Contract 
Uncovering You 2: Submission
Uncovering You 3: Resistance 
Uncovering You 4: Retribution
Uncovering You 5: Confessions 
Uncovering You 6: Deliverance 
Uncovering You 7: Resurrection 
Uncovering You 8: Redemption 
Uncovering You 9: Liberation
Uncovering You 10 - A Finale - March 2015

About the Author

I'm Scarlett Edwards.

I live near beautiful Seattle, Washington. I grew up reading all types of fantasy books before discovering the wonderful world of romances in high school. 

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Product Details

  • File Size: 1742 KB
  • Print Length: 132 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Edwards Publishing (April 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: April 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JA3UH6K
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,060 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Technically, Scarlett Edwards did warn me:

“The full story of Lily (captive) and J.S. (captor) unfolds over multiple volumes of approximately 125 pages each, like serials. Each volume, though, is a FULL story with a climax and conclusion.”

I knew you couldn’t fit the entire story in 125 pages. I knew it was serial-like. It’s not as if I thought Lily would be free by the end. But I didn’t realize just how little I’d get in the first edition. I mean, I wanted to experience J.S. at least. Ms. Edwards did say there’d be a FULL story with a climax and conclusion, after all. And okay, technically, I got it. It did have that. Just not at all in the way I was expecting. What I did get, though, was an extremely captivating story with an even more enticing ending that has me salivating for UNCOVERING YOU 2: SUBMISSION.

Lily wakes up with a collar around her neck—no idea where she is or how she got there. She is unable to leave and forced to choose between her life and her freedom. Lily is not new to difficult decisions. She’s never had an easy life and she’s worked hard for everything she’s ever received. So she’s not about to just roll over and take this lying down. But J.S. is not a man to be refused and he seems to have no limitations on how far he’s willing to go to get his way.

Told in a series of present time and flashbacks, Lily’s story is equal parts horrifying and mesmerizing. I was completely repulsed by the lengths J.S. went to in order to force Lily into submission, but when Lily finally realizes who J.S. really is, I was equally entranced by the person he was when she met him. I have no idea what I’ll think of him in SUBMISSION but I can guarantee I’ll be waiting excitedly to find out.

Bravo, Scarlett Edwards. You accomplished your goal.
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I had a down period at work one day and decided to start reading Uncovering You: The Contract. I had no high hopes and didn’t even know how long the book was; I just figured I would start reading it. Well, I started it at 12pm, and 3 hours later I was done reading this amazeball book. I really enjoyed it and cannot wait for the next book in this series to come out.

Okay, so now that you know that, here are my 8 thoughts on Uncovering You:

I didn’t know it was a series. I thought it was a one and done book. Well, it wasn’t, and truth be told, that didn’t bother me at all. Because unlike some other book series, this book ended right where it needed to end, which is so very important to me. I will hate a book just because I thought the ending sucked. Uncovering You: The Contract brought me only so far in the story, and then it ended. It wasn’t in the middle of a conversation or in the middle of a scene. It didn’t leave me wondering what the hell happened. It had a beginning, middle, and end, and just as the author promised, “each volume is fully-contained story with a climax and a conclusion.” So kudos to Scarlett Edwards for knowing how to properly conclude a book in a series without me feeling frustrated with her.
Lilly Reed: Thanks to those flashbacks, I learned a little bit about her past and how she ended up trapped in that room, but I wanted to know more like what really happened with Paul and what’s up with her mother? How would I describe her: strong-willed, inquisitive, and determined. What am I looking forward to in the next book: Seeing if anything else in her past influenced her present predicament and the future power struggle between her and J.S. I just know that she will fight him every step of the way. It’s in her nature. It is who she is.
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“For real ?!?!?!?”
“It can’t be over yet!!!”
This was the conversation I had with my kindle which was followed by a long list of profanities after I got to the last page of Uncovering You by Scarlett Edwards. Why? Well because right when you are sucked in, holding your breath for what might happen, you basically get a “To be continued” shock to your brain cells; BUT holy OMG it was awesome. What a kick to the gut in a good kind of way.
So Uncovering You is written in volumes with this being the release of Volume numero uno, each volume is set to be about the length of a short story and has a climax and an “ending”, though as a reader you know the “ending” is not really the ending.
I thought the style of writing in this book was exceptionally unique and refreshing, you are vaguely introduced to the characters and there is not a lot of fluff in this book. There aren’t any long diatribes about inconsequential details rather this book is in your face right from the beginning. The main female character Lily wakes up in an unfamiliar setting basically held prisoner by an unseen and unknown captor. The story is more of her memory unraveling to decipher and discover how she ended up where she is and who could be holding her captive. While reading this this book I immediately became engulfed in the story as if I were Lily and I was trying to find clues, bits and pieces of memory that would save my life. It was fantastic and all too son it was over. By the end of this volume you learn a lot about Lily without revealing too much of who she is, yes confusing I know but I am not sure how else to describe it.
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